Furthur Live at Lelacheur Park on 2010-06-30
Set 1: tuning, jam> Mississippi Half-Step Uptown Toodeloo
Friend Of The Devil, Tennessee Jed
Deal, Bertha, All New Minglewood Blues
Doin' That Rag, Sugaree
Set 2: tuning>Chinacat Sunflower>
*Colors of the Rain> Slipknot!>
The Other One> The Eleven>
Fire On The Mountain> The Wheel>
So Many Roads> Playing in the Band
I Know You Rider
Collection FurthurBand/Artist FurthurVenue Lelacheur ParkLocation Lowell, MASource Aud> Audio Technica's AT2020's> Digi Mod Edirol UA 5> Zoom H2Lineage CD Wave> Flac FrontendTaped by G-ManTransferred by G-Man
July 17, 2010
Hang in there G-Man!
To me your recording sounds more like the live show. I was about 50-60 feet from the stage, dead center, and what you have is exactly what I heard.
Especially Bobby's guitar in the 2nd set, which has the spark that it had live. He was a real force, and deserves to be heard full-strength.
So please don't give up in terms of supplying the missing tunes. The minor details don't matter so much, as long as all the music is there (one of the missing songs is Sugaree!!).
If you need help, maybe the reviews for this last attempt (keywords: Furthur, Bob Weir, Phil Lesh) could be used as a discussion thread.
July 12, 2010
What a great night! I decided the morning of the show to get tickets. I brought my wife and 2 year old. This was my first show since the Other Ones with Rusted Root at Shoreline. My wife had never before been to a "Dead" show, but she likes the music (years of inundation). The traffic was bad near the stadium, the lines were long, We got in a few minutes into Half Step. The music was on fire and LOUD. The weather was great. The most important aspect for me was the community. Seeing all my brothers & sisters, wearing smiles and many a little older, greyer and with little ones. During the 2nd set, a kind neighbor gave my son and some nearby little girls near us a bunch of glow ring bracelets. My son proceeded to give his to the girls, one by one. The last one, he grabbed my hand to walk down the steps as their backs were turned. A few minutes later, the girls came back with a necklace they had made from the bracelets (The Unbroken Chain) and put around his neck and said to me "We made this for him, he can keep it." My eyes welled up with tears and they did again when I wrote this. I enjoyed this show so much that we're planning a trip to Denver to visit some friends, and see the Friday show at Red Rocks (never been and can't wait). THANK YOU FURTHUR, THANK YOU FAMILY!
July 9, 2010
Good Job G-Man
Thanks so much for a great taping. What do you use for this?
So typical, this show. My wife and I got tickets the previous Friday. Arrived early from northern Vermont on Wednesday, got a spot sort of in the front and some incredibly nice young people (our kid's ages we suspect. we've been going to shows since the late '60s) and gave their front and center stage spot to Carol my (short and beautiful) wife. Yeow! So much fun and still talking about the music. Looking Furthur ahead for more.
July 9, 2010
Was a great show! Unfortunately rush hour traffic and parking madness cost us the first few songs. Check out the "Colors of the Rain," there were awesome multicolored lights going off during it. Looked great.
July 9, 2010
Could you please repost 5 songs?
It looks like 5 songs didn't get posted OK- any chance you could repost them?
4 Friend of the Devil
5 Tennessee Jed
9 Doin that Rag
Great sounding recording, great show- thanks a lot!